"Culture is what people do. It decays when people stop culturing. Changing a culture means changing what we do. Often, that will need a step by step transition as we negotiate obstacles. Even though we follow some backward meanders, the river may flow on." By Patrick Noble.
We argue that in order to achieve its new objectives, CAP policymakers need to collaborate with other high-level EU and global bodies so as to establish a core economic framework that would include Cap and Share, a basic income, land value tax, debt-free money issuance and reforms to the international trading organisations.
This submission to an interdepartmental group in the Irish government argues that much greater emphasis needs to be placed on maintenance, stability and resilience when developing policy on the bioeconomy. It also describes some programmes and changes to the tax system that we believe could help with this.
Instead of playing catch-up to other EU countries as is currently the case, we believe Ireland could leapfrog them and establish itself as a visionary leader by taking a global view of the climate challenge and incorporating action on climate with substantive action on inequality and poverty, significant improvements to the quality and freshness of food, and greater overall prosperity and stability in Ireland and elsewhere.
Long-time Feasta member Mike Thomas has launched a Crowdfunding project to establish environmental education programmes in 5 schools in the northwest region of Cameroon. Children will learn organic farming techniques and the schools will also be able to earn an income. Mike would be very pleased if you could find time to look at his striking campaign website. Even if you feel unable to support the project he would welcome your comments and any suggestions for improvement. He would also be very grateful if you could distribute the project on your own social network.…
Brian Davey has produced another poster with information about fracking, and also provided some links to resources.